Monday, March 10, 2014

Restaurant Review: Dallas' Spiral Diner

I have been in the Dallas area a couple of times, and I visited Spiral Diner (Dallas location) on the recommendation of my sister (not a vegan). I was delighted to discover that it was an all-vegan restaurant with a fun, retro atmosphere and included a small vegan-themed shop as well. It definitely makes the drive from Austin more enjoyable if you know there's tasty vegan food waiting for you!

  • Reasonable prices
  • Two locations
  • Fun, retro atmosphere
  • Large menu includes comfort foods and more healthy options
  • Includes a shop as well
  • Desserts and baked goods available
  • Sometimes the service is a little slow
Spiral Diner offers a variety of foods, ranging from the comfort (vegan-style) to the raw/super healthy. If you are dining with vegans, vegetarians, or other open-minded people, there is plenty to eat. Foods came presented well, but it still had a more "casual" diner feel. The restaurant has tended to be busy when we visited, but not overly so. I love how there are baked goods and desserts as well - but you'll probably have to take leftovers home if you want to eat dessert as well. The portions are generous. There is also a small store as well, which has some vegan specialty items such as shirts and foods. Some of the foods were more niche items, and it's also nice to show off some of them to non-vegan friends. I was really glad to see that the Dallas/Ft. Worth community supports an establishment like this--this is Texas, after all! If you're in the Dallas area, I highly recommend stopping at Spiral Diner for a tasty vegan meal.

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Disclosure notice: This restaurant visit was paid for by the reviewer. No compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the restaurant, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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